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The Best Time To Study

Updated on August 14, 2020
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Finding the best time for you to study may be quite hard, especially for a college student.

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What is the best time to study?

Studying is part of people's lives and a parcel of one's life. The moment you begin your student life, it takes patience and more practice to find the best time for you to study. Some people find their best study time early in the morning, around 3 am to 5 am.

According to the science of "good timing" -- called chronobiology -- reveals peak performance is hardwired into our DNA. "An inner clock embedded inside your brain has been ticking away, keeping perfect time, since you were a baby,". "This precisely engineered timekeeper is called your circadian pacemaker, or biological clock."

If your biological clock set your study time from 3 am to 5 am, then that is your best time to study. Some people find their best study time from around 1 pm to 4 pm. Is there the best time to study? Let's take a look at different study time of the day.

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Benefits of studying in the morning

Most of the people would think it is the best time to study for the fact on this time our brain is more active. For we have our refreshing night's sleep and fresh breakfast to full our empty stomach after long nights. At this time of the day, the natural light comes from the sun is also available whether it is a sunny day or rainy day. Bright light is good for our eyes and makes us alert.

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Benefits of studying in the afternoon


Others find their best study time in the morning, while some people find their best study time at noon. Here some reasons why they find it the best time for them to study. First, students' brains are actively functioning for brainstorming after having breakfast, snack, and lunch. Second, after having fun during the morning session, their brains are good at integrating new information aside from what they already know. Lastly, students are active for practicing what they have learned over the day.

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Benefits of studying at night time

Some students are called a night timer or a night person. For them, it is the best time to study for their brains are active. Also, it is fewer distractions that help improve your concentration and creativity. You can also call your older brother or older sister or parents in a case for help for topics you find it hard.

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Benefits of studying early in the morning (3 am to 5 am)

While others find their best study time in the morning, afternoon, and night, most of the students find it early in the morning because it helps their brains to focus and concentrate, no distractions. It is the most quite and peaceful time of the day. Your brain is also more active after refreshing a whole day and night.

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Finding your best study time

There is no right time for you to find your best spot time in studying. Students have different spots of time to study. It all depends on your most alert time. When is your brain more active? When are you physically and emotionally active? Knowing these factors will help you find out your best study time.

This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.

© 2020 Rina Grace

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      Eman AMA 

      7 months ago

      Great write up

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      Rina Grace 

      11 months ago from Philippines

      Emmanual Ekwunife

      Thank you for comment... Keep writing...

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      Emmanuel Ekwunife 

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      Oo oh..its awesome

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